Effects of Staying Up All Night!

For good health sleep is extremely essential. Like food, water and oxygen, sleep is significant for human survival. Still many people don’t get enough sleep. A survey was conducted by National Sleep Foundation (NSF) through which it was noted that almost 40 million people living in America suffer from over 70 different sleep disorders. It was also revealed that 60% adults in America face difficulty in sleeping. Most people don’t even realize that they’re sleep deficient that’s why usually this problem goes undiagnosed. One of the authors who wrote on this issue, Geoff Rolls, also claims that not sleeping for 24 hours can be life- threating.


According to the National Institute of Health, the average adult should get at least seven to eight hours of sleep every night. So there is no doubt left that staying up all night is not at all good for health. If a person stays up all night he or she actually alters the type of sleep their brain gets. Not getting enough sleep can also affect memory and learning ability of a person. Sleep problems cause difficulty in learning new skills and also in memorizing things.

Therefore, sleep plays vital role in our lives. Getting enough quality sleep at the right times helps us keep well throughout the day. Bentham Science publishes top quality research papers on sleep disorders. To access the research studies visit: http://www.eurekaselect.com/bydisease/175/sleep%20disorders

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